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from Australia Bananas Flambée 2 Bananas, ripe but not soft Butter 3 tb Brown sugar Rum, dark Take 2 ripe, but not soft bananas and cut in half, then split lengthwise. Melt a few Tablespoons butter over medium heat. Add 2-3 T brown sugar and stir. Add bananas. Cook until fairly warm and starting to soften (about 1 min.). Flip bananas and allow to cook an additional 30 seconds. Add rum (light or dark; dark has more flavor) to taste, and swirl in pan a bit. Allow to thicken slightly, remove from heat and serve.

Bananas Flambée


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from Australia

Bananas Flambée

2 Bananas, ripe but not soft
Butter
3 tb Brown sugar
Rum, dark

Take 2 ripe, but not soft bananas and cut in half, then split lengthwise.

Melt a few Tablespoons butter over medium heat.

Add 2-3 T brown sugar and stir.

Add bananas.

Cook until fairly warm and starting to soften (about 1 min.).

Flip bananas and allow to cook an additional 30 seconds.

Add rum (light or dark; dark has more flavor) to taste, and swirl in pan a bit.

Allow to thicken slightly, remove from heat and serve.


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from sant rosa, a, United States wrote:4  4

easy yet romantic dessert. anyone who decides to make this dish should use real rum.
5 starsDecember 30, 2003


from mo, United States wrote:4  4

fantastic recipe and easy to make
5 starsOctober 7, 2003


 
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